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Pilanesberg, South Africa

The circular structure dominating this Sentinel-2 image is Pilanesberg, the result of geological activity over more than a billion years.

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Earthstone fire

The Earthstone fire started near Sparks, Nevada on the afternoon of 03 July.

Planet's dense constellation of satellites captured the area before the fire started on 02 July, as well spotting the growing burn scar and rising smoke on 04 and 05 July.

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South Patagonian Icefield

Often shrouded in clouds and mist, the entirety of the South Patagonian Icefield is rarely visible from space. This mosaic combines cloud-free images acquired by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 on 29 April, 01 and 24 May, 2016.

Patagonia is one of the windiest and wettest regions on Earth. Westerlies gain moisture and momentum as they cross the Pacific Ocean. When they reach South America, they ride up and over the Andes, through fjords, and across two icefields.

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France

Sentinel-3 gives us a nearly cloud-free view of France and the surrounding countries.

Just above the centre we can see Paris – the site of ESA's headquarters as well as the Paris Air & Space Show taking place this week.

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Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands

SPOT-6 acquired this view of Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands in February 2016. This volcano, the highest in the archipelago, sits on the northern end of Isabela Island.